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Date: Sun, 21 Mar 2004 22:28:35 +0000
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On Sunday 21 March 2004 18:26, David Kastrup wrote:

> That would mean that I could start an included file chapter2.tex
> with
>   \includeonly[mainfile]{chapter2}
> and compilation of chapter2.tex would then instead compile mainfile
> with \includeonly{chapter2} active.
> Something like that.  This would make working with \includeonly a lot
> more convenient.

Doesn't askinclude.sty do something like this?
Then you can just say "latex mainfile"
and specify chapter 2 once -
it remembers your choice on subsequent occasions,
unless you change it.

But I'm sure you know all that - you probably wrote asking.sty .

Timothy Murphy
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